Archive for January, 2007

Demons of the Mind

Tuesday, January 30th, 2007

title Demons of the Mind: Neuroscience and Other Weapons
description Depression, bipolar and unipolar. Perspectives from a number of scientists. ” The Office of Scholarly Programs, in conjunction with the Dana Foundation, Heinz Family Philanthropies and the National Institute of Mental Health, sponsored a two-day conference, “Demons of the Mind: 21st Century Science vs. Depression,” bringing together top neuroscientists and mental health experts to discuss mental depression.”
producer Library of Congress Webcasts
featuring Dr. Gerald Fischbach, Dr. Charles B. Nemeroff, Dr. Dennis S. Charney, Rene Hen, Dr. Wayne C. Drevets, Dr. Helen Mayberg, Dr. Steven Hyman
format RealMedia
date 20/04/06
length 01:35:00
direct video link rtsp://


The Potential of Potentials

Friday, January 19th, 2007

title Brain Computer Interface Systems: Progress and Opportunities
description “A brain computer interface (BCI) allows users to communicate without movement. BCIs infer user intent through direct measures of brain activity, usually via EEGs. BCIs are the only means of communication possible for some severely disabled users and are becoming increasingly useful to healthy subjects. The talk will present: 1) EEG and other brain imaging technologies, 2) components of a BCI, 3) how to build and use several different BCI systems, 4) videos of BCIs, and 5) future directions. Emphasis will be placed on recent advances and implications for practical commercial BCI systems.”
producer Microsoft Research
featuring Brendan Allison, Ph.D.
format Microsoft has considerately limited viewing of this video to users with Explorer and Windows Media Player. Which I have, but pssh. Jerks.
date 26/06/06
length 00:59:37


Neuroplasticity and Bipolar Disorder

Thursday, January 11th, 2007

title Neurobiology of Bipolar Disorder: Neuroplasticity and Cellular Resilience
description UCLA Neuropsychiatry Institute Grand Rounds Lecture and CME on neuroplasticity and neurobiology in bipolar disorder. Q&A is on a separate video. An online CME credit course as well.
producer UCLA NPI
featuring Husseini K. Manji, M.D., FRCPC
format RealMedia
date 11/02/03
length 00:58:15
direct video link



Thursday, January 4th, 2007

title Mindball
description Neurofeedback tabletop ball game. “Mindball® is an exciting and audience friendly game where the audience can follow the game both by watching the ball on the table and the diagram on the monitor as well as watching the more or less relaxed faces of the players.” [Staring at blank faces sounds very exciting.]
producer Interaktive Productline
featuring a small white ball
format wmv
date 2006
length 00:00:51
direct video link
another video,7MB%20350Kbits.wmv

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